The 1972 killing of a man by a grizzly in Yellowstone resulted in a lawsuit against the National Park Service. Traber Burns's forceful baritone works well as the author examines the the Park Service's management of the environment through the lens of the legal proceedings. Smith has done his research and has sympathy for the pioneers of environmental management who--by trial and error--shaped Park Service policy. Burns's pronunciation is always clear, and his pacing excellent. And while the stories of the handful of grizzly bear fatalities in our national parks over the last century are a less-than-perfect vehicle for explaining the complex intersection of developing science and landscape management, they do keep us listening. Smith's perspective holds some surprises. F.C. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine [Published: SEPTEMBER 2016]
Trade Ed. Blackstone Audio 2016
CD ISBN 978-1-5047-2295-7 $34.95 Ten CDs
DD ISBN 978-1-5047-2292-6 $19.95
Library Ed. Blackstone Audio 2016
CD ISBN 9781504722933 $100.00 Ten CDs
MP3-CD ISBN 9781504722940 $29.95 One MP3-CDs
DD ISBN 9781504722896 multiple sources
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